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Topic # 65032 28-Jul-2010 08:53
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Does anyone know if there are any promotion codes for TechNet Professional renewals valid for NZ going around at the moment?

It's renewal time for me, and frankly $504 is more than I'm prepared to pay... Last year it was $326!

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  Reply # 357645 28-Jul-2010 12:11
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Try code TNWNF for a 25% discount, valid to the end of July.

Also, always check for all your online coupon needs ;)

EDIT: scrap the above code.  In my haste to reply I didn't read that it is only valid for the US (although no harm in trying it...).

But a google of "Technet promotion code" should give you some results.

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  Reply # 357686 28-Jul-2010 13:03
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I believe there was a NZ promo valid until the end of July. I resigned up a month or so ago using this and should have the technet email with the code in it but am a bit busy to check right now so remind me later if I forget!

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  Reply # 357895 28-Jul-2010 18:52
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Thanks for your responses!

I looked for promotion codes in the usual places, but didn't come up with everything that was both for renewals and valid in NZ.

Either way, in the end we've decided to not bother renewing this year - there aren't any major enterprise product launches that'll apply to us for a while, so we might as well just let the subscription lapse and then resubscribe when we need to.


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